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A very filling breakfast comprising of a 4 egg omelette, fruits, home fries and bread. There’s nothing particularly fancy about this, but it’s all the good stuff combined into one massive omelette. The Cheddar was nicely melted into the omelette, but it does tend to harden into globs that aren’t the easiest to cut or eat. Best to finish this omelette while it’s hot!

From the favourites menu - the intermediaire is served with 2 eggs, 2 bacons, 2 sausages, 1 ham or 1 bologna together with potatoes, toast, and coffee or tea.

Nothing fancy about this breakfast, just good ol’ comforting breakfast staples with fried potatoes!

Best choice for those who really can’t make up their minds - the Brunch Populaire comes with 2 eggs (done any style), 2 bacons, 2 sausages, ham or bologna, beans, creton, crepe and french toast. All egg plates come with coffee or tea, potatoes and toast unless otherwise stated.

For CAD13.20, this is a real huge spread and comes with both savoury and sweet options! While nothing in the plate was particularly outstanding, everything was a solid breakfast/brunch offering though the crepe was more of a pancake and the French Toast was quite soft. We ordered the eggs scrambled, but they were cooked through, still good anyway. The beans were quite sweet, but smelt delicious. The fried potatoes are so crispy and addictive, but they fill you up really fast. The creton seemed like a chicken pate, but I’m not sure what it was. It was served cold, soft and paste-like, with some chunks of meat. Not my favourite, but also not unbearable.

Nothing mind blowing here, just good comforting breakfast food in a small town at very affordable prices.

Freshly toasted bread with a choice of white or brown bread served in a bread basket. All the toasts are buttered on one side, and are delightfully crispy.

These are perfect with the spreads below (jam, peanut butter, caramel), or for you to construct your own sandwich with your order.

Hidden at the bottom of the bread basket, I found this lone little gem of a spread. I was worried it’d be too sweet since it was caramel, but it went surprisingly well with the toast. The spread is super thick, so you probably would require some effort to spread it on bread, but it’s worth it especially on Eggscrepes’ hot toast!

Stopped by this small town for 1 hour for lunch and we chanced upon Eggscrepes next to Wei Wah buffet that the tour group went to. Service was extremely brisk, yet friendly. The sole waitress in the restaurant was extremely efficient, spoke fluent English, but was never rude.

The menu is very extensive, and comes with both French and English translations. It took a bit of time to look through the menu because there’s just so many options, but we finally decided on these three. It’s amazing that such a huge spread only cost us CAD42 with tax. The food was prepared very quickly as well as we received everything within 5 minutes of ordering, all piping hot!

Wish we had more time to look through the menu, but this was an awesome local meal. For those who can’t make up their mind like myself, I recommend the Brunch Populaire which comes with a bit of everything.